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Turkey Bans Twitter
The U.S. Should Unfollow Turkey

Erdoğan might have stopped Turks from tweeting, but he should no longer be able to keep American leaders from voicing their views of his increasing authoritarianism. It’s time for the White House to speak up.

Published on: March 21, 2014
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  • Fat_Man

    Obama won’t say anything. Erdogan is his only friend. Besides. he wishes he could cut his opponents off from the internet also.

  • Andrew Allison

    The White House speak up? Surely you jest? Another “red line” perhaps? Why on earth would the authors expect the most feckless administration in recent memory to do anything meaningful? This clown makes Carter look like Genghis Khan. Pardon my disgust, but I am deeply embarrassed by, and fearful of the results of, Amateur Hour in the White House.

    • Corlyss

      My reaction as well.

  • Jim__L

    So without Turkey, what’s our Syria strategy?

    • rheddles

      What’s our Caucus strategy? Where are our Iran listening posts? What’s our Black Sea strategy? We’re in Turkey for a lot of reasons.

      • Corlyss

        The same as our Mideast and Asia strategy: sleepwalking thru a minefield, waging war on Republicans, and praying things can hold off just long enough for Duffus to go on life-time taxpayer support.

    • B-Sabre

      You are assuming that there is a Syria “strategy”….

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